Truth and Life Dramatized Audio Bible
The Truth & Life Dramatized Audio Bible New Testament is a celebrity-voiced "radio drama" of the entire RSV-CE New Testament. More than 70 actors help bring the scriptures to life in this 22-hour audio production, complete with movie-quality sound effects and an original music score. This award-winning audio New Testament is endorsed with an Imprimatur from the Vatican and including a foreword by Pope Benedict XVI. Voiced by internationally-renowned actors including: Neal McDonough, Stacy Keach, Kristen Bell, Sean Astin, Michael York, Blair Underwood, Malcolm McDowell, Brian Cox, Julia Ormond, John Rhys-Davies and many more.
The Gospel According to Matthew
"Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand" (Mt 3:2). St. Matthew's account of the life of Jesus Christ emphasizes that he is the King of the Jews, the one who was to come and fulfill God's promise to re-establish the kingdom of David. St. Matthew's Gospel is often called "The Catechist's Gosp...
The Gospel According to Mark
Often considered to be St. Peter's account of the life of Christ as told to St. Mark, this gospel is action-packed and emphasizes discipleship. St. Mark stresses the struggle of taking up one's cross every day and following Jesus by including details about the fleeing disciple in the Garden of Ge...
The Gospel According to Luke
St. Luke's Gospel is often called "The Gospel of Mercy" because it reveals so powerfully the love that Jesus has toward the outcast, the forgotten, and the downtrodden. St. Luke's gospel contains the Infancy Narrative, the parables of the Good Samaritan and the Prodigal Son, and the story of Zacc...
The Gospel According to John
Often called "The Theologian's Gospel," St. John's account of the life of Christ is the fruit of decades of contemplation and love. Beginning with the mystical prologue, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God" (Jn 1:1), St. John's Gospel highlights many ev...
Acts of the Apostles
What was the early Church like? How did they live, evangelize, and worship? How were the first disciples of Jesus converted to "the Way?" Modern Christians can gain insight on these and many other questions in the Acts of the Apostles. From the Ascension of Christ, to Pentecost, to St. Peter's fi...
St. Paul is one of the greatest evangelists in the two-thousand-year history of Church. He traveled thousands of miles and endured countless hardships in order to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. His letters to local Churches are both practical and poetic, focusing on the truth that "we preach ...
The Universal Letters often don't get as much attention as the Pauline Letters, but they present a beautiful outline of the three fundamental virtues of the Christian life: St. James writes about faith, St. Peter writes about hope, and St. John writes about love. These letters give a brief but mo...
The Book of Revelation
"Behold, the dwelling of God is with men. He will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself will be with them" (Rev 21:3). Though Revelation is often seen as the book of doom and gloom, it is actually given to the Church as a mysterious vision of the heavenly liturgy and eter...